Starbucks workers union's future up for a vote after end of first year in NYC
The National Labor Relations Board is expected to facilitate a vote on Starbucks Workers United and its leadership of coffee shop employees in New York.
Starbucks customers say olive oil-infused drinks have laxative properties: ‘You’ll run to it and from it’
First introduced in Italy, Starbucks' new coffee drink called Oleato marries coffee with olive oil — and some have posted online about the laxative impacts they've experienced. Others enjoy it.
Former Starbucks CEO battles Bernie Sanders' 'billionaire moniker' in defense of American dream: 'I earned it'
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., traded barbs at a hearing regarding the coffee company's treatment of union organizing on the "billionaire moniker."
Starbucks union fight moves to Congress with labor talks stalled
Howard Schultz, the former Starbucks CEO, will testify before a Senate committee about the fairness of the company’s labor practices towards unionizing employees.
Starbucks putting out olive oil-infused coffee drinks
Coffee and olive oil will combine in a new line of drinks that Starbucks said Tuesday it will be rolling out soon in Italy. The line is called Oleato.
Family forced to cancel vacation after venti-sized tipping error at Starbucks
A man in Oklahoma says a trip to a Starbucks for two cups of coffee ended up costing him $4,500, which forced him to cancel his family's upcoming vacation.
Texas and Oregon cafés reportedly sell out of $150-per-cup coffee: 'That was fast'
An Australian coffee brand has reportedly sold out of $150 per cup of coffee it made from an award-winning coffee bean lot in Austin, Texas and Portland, Oregon.
Starbucks CEO mandates corporate employees return to the office at least three days a week
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is mandating that employees return to the office at least three days a week starting Jan. 31, according to a new memo.
Starbucks to change number of rewards 'stars' needed for free drinks in February
The number of "stars" Starbucks customers will need to get certain food and drinks for free through its rewards program is slated to go up in February.
Starbucks workers at 100 stores begin three-day strike in campaign to unionize
Starbucks workers are "doubling down" with another three-day strike as employees seek to unionize and negotiate.
Tom Hanks announces coffee line with 100% of profits going to veterans: 'Proudly serving those who serve'
Tom Hanks's new coffee line Hanx for Our Troops plans to donate all profits to veterans and their families. The brand has three flavors, which are available for shipping this month.
Federal judge rules in favor of bikini baristas over dress code ordinance
A Washington city's dress code ordinance saying bikini baristas must cover their bodies at work has been ruled unconstitutional by a federal judge.
Why did Dunkin' Donuts change its name? Find out why Dunkin's coffee is cheaper than Starbucks
In January 2019, Dunkin' decided to remove the word "donuts" from its original name after nearly seven decades since its founding.
America First Legal accuses Starbucks of 'racially discriminatory hiring practices' in civil rights complaint
America First Legal, a conservative legal nonprofit, filed a civil rights complaint against coffee giant Starbucks, alleging the company engages in discriminatory hiring practices.
Coffee consumers, amid inflation, have new reasons to keep buying: Dunkin' Americas president
Dunkin’ Americas president Scott Murphy joined "Fox & Friends" on Oct. 13, 2022, to discuss how to overcome high inflation — and the coffee giant's new rewards program for consumers.
Dunkin' drinkers in uproar after coffee giant changes rewards program
Dunkin' Donuts loyalists are in uproar after the company changed its rewards program. They say drinks cost more and there are no more free birthday drinks.
Dunkin’ offering free coffee to teachers all day, September 1, to honor start of school year
Dunkin' is giving out free medium-sized coffees to America's teachers to kick off back-to-school season this year, for Sept. 1, 2022.
Starbucks rebranded in Russia as ‘Stars Coffee’
People in Moscow who were disappointed when Starbucks closed its cafes after Russia invaded Ukraine can return to their favorite coffee shop under a new name — Stars Coffee.
Best cities for recreation in 2022: report
WalletHub recently found the best U.S. cities for recreation this year after comparing the 100 most populated cities. Las Vegas was at the top of the list.
Starbucks North America head leaves amid unionization votes, allegations of retaliation
Rossann Williams, head of Starbucks' North American operations, will be leaving the company later this month, amid more workers pushing to unionize.